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  • GMC Hummer EV 2022

    https://youtu.be/y28bV4hhJr0

    2012 PB Challenger LS (Manual) Safari Snorkel, OZtec shocks front & rear with King Springs (lift 2 inch) , 22 inch light bar on ECB Nudge bar, roof racks & basket, Bridgestone Duelers 697 LT A/T (116S), Uniden Dash cam, Oricom 2 way radio 80 channel, Ipod connected via glove box usb, Waeco cf50, Garmin gps (with topo), Opticoat + paint protection, Nilrust proofing, Roosystems Ecu Remap

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    That's about 15600Nm of torks.
    No more 3500kg tow capacity, more like 4km of train carriages
    Wow
    Last edited by dhula; 2 weeks ago.
    2010 NT Activ, DiD+lazy shift. Bushskins+Boo's, Kings springs+Monroe shocks+Firestone Airbags, MM towbar, MM nudgebar.
    2006 KJ Cherokee, CRD+lazy shift. Ironman springs and OME shocks, MoPar skids.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dhula View Post
      That's about 15600Nm or torks.
      No more 3500kg tow capacity, more like 4km of train carriages
      Wow
      It is at the wheel, because electric drivelines usually don't have a transmission. While in an internal combustion engine car, the torque figure given is at the fylwheel, and after that you have a transmission, low range, rear diff, etc. that multiplies the engine torque to wheels at low speed.

      For example, if first gear ratio is 3, low range ratio is 2, final drive ratio is 4, you have 3 x 2 x 4 = 24 times the engine torque at wheels in low range 1st in an ICE car.

      If your engine has 400 Nm, that is 400 Nm x 24 = 9600 Nm.
      Secondly, rarely you run out of engine torque (or power) in towing at low speeds. Usually the traction ends long before.

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      • #4
        about 1350Nm of torks from the motors according to some commentators. Still pretty cool I reckon
        Last edited by dhula; 1 week ago.
        2010 NT Activ, DiD+lazy shift. Bushskins+Boo's, Kings springs+Monroe shocks+Firestone Airbags, MM towbar, MM nudgebar.
        2006 KJ Cherokee, CRD+lazy shift. Ironman springs and OME shocks, MoPar skids.

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        • #5
          Off topic but,

          The Pajero forum can live on in name according to this article, the new beginning,

          Meet Pajero Gen 5, stay tuned lads

          https://mitsubishiprice.com/mitsubis...22-new-design/

          https://www.carsguide.com.au/car-new...onic-suv-makes
          Mitsubishi Pajero NX MY16

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